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Airbus Defence and Space to establish Centre of Excellence in Singapore with NCS to aid in safe city solutions in Asia
Data fusion, predictive analytics, video content analytics and crowd simulation will help to support emergency services
The partnership demonstrates Singapore’s growing capability in information and communications technologies

Airbus Defence and Space together with NCS will establish a Centre of Excellence (CoE) in Singapore for the research, development and the commercialisation of safe city solutions in Asia. Technologies and solutions like data fusion and predictive analytics, video content analytics and crowd simulation will better support emergency services and operations in an urban environment, allowing data sharing between the various city stakeholders. Thus, preventive measures can be taken early to allow each involved agency to respond in an appropriate manner.     

“The establishment of the CoE paves the way for a better, safer and smarter way of life for city dwellers. We share the strength of each organisation’s expertise in Safe City solutions and look forward to working closely with NCS to strengthen our industrial capabilities through this partnership,” said Mr. Johan Pelissier, Managing Director of Airbus Defence and Space in Singapore.  

“NCS and Airbus Defence and Space’s vast domain knowledge in Safe City solutions are highly complementary. This collaboration offers the exchange of advanced technological ideas and marks a key milestone in the development of the information and communications technological landscape in this region. We are confident that our cooperation will bring about more exciting and innovative solutions to co-create a sustainable, smart and safe city,” said Mr. Wong Soon Nam, Vice President, Communications Engineering of NCS.

Aside from establishing the CoE, the partners are also committed to form related academic and research programmes with regional universities, government, private research and development laboratories to promote safe and smart city solutions through industry dialogues and thought leadership roundtables as well as white papers.     

The partnership formed demonstrates Singapore’s growing capabilities in information and communications technologies and the trend towards industry collaboration.

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